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Unformatted text preview: white. Hearing Sound waves go eardrum>hammer>anvil>stirrup>cochlea>nerve endings>nerves>auditory cortex of temporal lobe The chemical senses Taste (gustation) and Smell (olfaction) Taste: savory sensation o Papillae: bumps that contains the taste buds. o Taste buds: nests of taste-receptor cells Smell: the sense of Scents o Odors come in through hair which touches the nerve endings in nasal cavity. It is very close to touching the olfactory nerves. The Tactile (touch) senses Pressure Temperature Pain o The Gate-control theory of pain: If gate is open, then pain impulses reach the brain gate is closed by incoming impulses from large fibers or from the brain; opened by impulses from smaller fibers. The environment within Kinesthesis: the sense of body position and movement of body parts; also called kinesthesia Equilibrium: the sense of balance (vestibular sense) o Semicircular Canals...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course GPSYC 101 taught by Professor Huffman during the Spring '08 term at James Madison University.
- Spring '08